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Penny’s Pigeon Aid Group

Public·46 Pigeon People!

Here in the small market towns of Suffolk, we don't have feral pigeons, but we do have lots of lovely Wood Pigeons who are also persecuted. They are such beautiful and loving birds, we have a few pairs who nest in our garden bushes and trees. There soft lovely cooing on their nest is so soothing and such a delight. We keep a wide diversity of native plants in our garden to help and encourage birds and wildlife in general.

Anna
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Spiritual Lady

Out here in Norfolk they get huge to. My Mother used to call them low flying bombers! They don't have much of a better reputation in the countryside. Their problem is they're so resilient and good at adapting.

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Find out how Penny's Pigeon Aid is igniting social change, and altering the way that pigeons are viewed, forever.

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Learn of the amazing, true story that founded Penny's Pigeon Aid, a wonderful friendship between a girl and a pigeon, told from the point of view of our founder.

Discover the amazing and tragic history of pigeons, their integral role in society for thousands of years, and their eventual downfall.

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